How many of you remember seeing a grandfather or grandmother with large unattractive hearing aids?
Well over the years technology has gotten smaller and more powerful and at CES 2016 I was introduced to ReSound and interviewed their Chief Audiology Officer Laurel Christiansen PhD.
This smart, innovative and advanced hearing aid has reinvented the hearing aid industry by driving and defining the future of hearing care. Their LiNX2 (links squared) is the world’s first full family of “Made for iPhone” hearing aids that allow you to personally tailor your sound preferences based on the different listening environments.
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Laurel A. Christensen, Ph.D. is the Chief Audiology Officer for GN ReSound Group. In this role she leads a global team of 26 audiologists that are responsible for all aspects of audiology for the company including new product trials, audiology input to marketing, and global audiology relations which encompasses training and product support to subsidiaries world-wide.
Previously, she was a tenured Associate Professor on the faculty at Louisiana State University Medical Center and part of the Kresge Hearing Research Laboratory in New Orleans, LA. In addition to her position at GN ReSound, she holds adjunct faculty appointments at Northwestern and Rush Universities. She served as an Associate Editor for both Trends in Amplification and the Journal of Speech and Hearing Research.
Currently, she is on the board of the American Auditory Society and is a member of the advisory board for the Au.D. program at Rush University. Christensen received her Master’s degree in clinical audiology in 1989 and her Ph.D. in audiology in 1992, both from Indiana University.
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